Spoliation of evidence is when a person destroys, tampers with, hides, or withholds evidence that is relevant for a court case. Spoliation of evidence is a crime, and those accused of it can face criminal punishments if they are found guilty of it. There are many different ways through which a person can spoil evidence.
Christopher Stanton was born in and spent his elementary years in the Yorktown area of VA. His family moved to the St. Charles County suburb area of St. Louis, MO during his junior high and high school years. He attended and received a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia Institute of Technology in 1994. He was also commissioned as a Medial Service Corps Officer in the United States Army Reserve in 1994. Chris served on active duty from January 1995 to August 2000. He successfully completed his branch officer basic course at Fort Sam Houston, TX and initial duty assignments at Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center and Southeast Regional Medical Command at Fort Gordon, GA. His last duty station was with the Third Infantry Division (Mechanized) Division Support Command at Fort Stewart, GA.
Chris left the active duty army to attend law school at Georgia State University, College of Law from September 2000 - May 2003. While in law school, he was s student tax attorney at the school’s Low Income Tax Clinic and interned at Grady Health System Office of Legal Affairs. He was awarded his Juris Doctorate in June 2003 and was admitted to practice law in the State of Georgia in October 2003.
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